Child Paint, Varnish and Paint Thinner Poisoning

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Manufacturers across industries use and produce chemicals that can be harmful to humans – especially children – if ingested or used improperly in any way. Toxic exposure to paint, varnish and paint thinner by a child occurs when the victim comes into contact with dangerous chemicals and is injured. Studies show that more than 75,000 chemicals are presently registered with the nation’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Only a fraction of these thousands of chemicals have undergone appropriate testing to assess whether or not they pose any medical risk to human health.

If your child – or a loved one’s child – has been injured as a result of paint, varnish or paint thinner poisoning you should contact a skilled personal injury or wrongful death attorney. The skilled legal professionals at The Law Offices of Gerald J. Noonan can evaluate your case and determine the best course of legal action.

Claims resulting from child paint, varnish and paint thinner poisoning are not the types of cases where you can represent yourself effectively. The legal, medical and scientific issues involved in these lawsuits are complex and sophisticated. The knowledgeable attorneys at the Law Offices of Gerald J. Noonan have more than 35 years of experience representing victims of child poisoning and their loved ones.  Do not delay – contact us today to schedule your initial case evaluation.

No matter where you are located, we are just a phone call away. Call our law offices today to schedule a free no-obligation case review and consultation at (508) 588-0422 or click the link below to use our Free Case Evaluation Form.

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Our Boston Child Paint Poisoning Lawyer assist clients throughout all of Massachusetts including, but not limited to, those in the following counties, cities and towns: Plymouth County, Brockton, Plymouth, Bridgewater, Marshfield, Hingham, Duxbury, Wareham, Abington, Rockland, Whitman, Hanson, Holbrook, Middleborough; Norfolk County including Quincy, Stoughton, Dedham, Weymouth, Braintree, Avon, Holbrook, Randolph, Canton, Sharon, Brookline, Franklin; Bristol County including New Bedford, Fall River, Taunton, Attleboro, Westport, Dartmouth, Mansfield, Easton, Raynham, Lakeville, Norton; Cape Cod, Hyannis, Falmouth, Barnstable and the Greater Boston area including Cambridge, Somerville, Medford, Everett, Lawrence, Lynn, Revere, Dorchester, Roxbury.

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